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and you can easily load and unload these magazines. >> reporter: senator yee wants to go much further by adding yearly background checks on gun owners and mental health evallations, but limit the ammunition. >> look right now people are being reactionary about passing gun control laws, but they have no real impact. >> reporter: he is the chairman for the gun rights, but he does not believe that bans on assault weapons or other gun parts are the way to prevent violence. >> if we're serious about trying to make these things stop happening, then we have to notice that they always happen and what are gun-free zones. certainly we're not going to be able to get guns in schools, maybe with police officers, but my gosh, why can't we have tasers for administrators and teachers? >> reporter: a part of the reason why his bill failed last year is because some legislature said they didn't need it. and now that's because technically the attorney general could change it herself. but they believe she'll face a losing legal battle and the most effective way is to go through the state's legislature. in
. linda yee is at the mall in san francisco to explain. >> reporter: it was a momentary scare at a busy mall. somebody spotted sparks on the roof and called the fire department. aerial ladders were set up in case rescues were necessary. but it was a small grease fire in the flew of two restaurants. classrooms on the top floors were told to leave their classrooms and at once sirens started the theater management told movie goers to leave. that caused tense moments. >> because of the alarm i was like i hope there's no gunman shooting up the theater. because that's what happens in america, you know. >> just as the movie goers were leaving the theater they noticed the stores were open and people shopping. i spoke to fire commanders on the scene tonight and they said they never ordered any evacuations. no one was ever in danger. reporting live in san francisco. >>> the state of california made a half million dollar mistake. and many of us footed the bill for us. cbs reporter curtis ming on the energy rebates that never should have been paid out. >> reporter: ron boat man installed solar pane
in connecticut. among them is leland yee a local, state senator. he wants to reintroduce a bullet button ban which failed last year. bullet buttons allow gun users to get around the state ban on detachable magazines. >> it is as if we do not have an assault weapons ban in the state of california. with the bullet button assault rifle, what you can do is buy a magnet and you can easily load and unload these magazines. >> a local gun advocate says bans on certain weapons or parts are not good ways to prevent violence. gene hoffman the chairman of cal gun does support more background checks and mental health evaluations. >>> well, there are new signs of increased support for gun control. a cbs news poll taken after the shootings finds 57% of americans think gun laws should be strict the highest number in a decade. but 66% say at the same time when people are asked about what happened in newtown, that percentage said that tougher gun laws would have little to no effect on preventing that incident of. >>> president obama could have taken action. he said he met with cabinet members to discuss what
i love less yee an my children. i love you, paul. >> judd is actually in the process of legally a dopingt me. >> rose: dow look forward to being a son. >> look, i have no control over it. i have been fighting it. he's halfway through the paperwork. >> rose: in fact, you like the same ackers too, don't you. i mean it's very rare that you find people that are you in sync with, and so you know, when i met paul, we just, you know, felt the same way about a lot of things. hit same sense of humor. and so it's always fun to work with people, and you don't get to hang out with him unless you are work together, so that's part of it. >> rose: define what a judd apatow movie is. >> well, i think it's ultimately a comedy with very, i think-- . >> rose: observations on life. >> i think it's kind of-- these are comedies that could actually work as dramas. i mean they are serious stories in dealing with serious things. however, in a funny way. >> rose: dow feel like, lessie, that everything you do he's watching and he might use in a movie? >> i feel like everybody he-- everything he does we're
♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: yee-ha! happy monday, everybody. six minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. stephaniemiller.com check it out. look at you wearing stephanie miller sexy liberal comedy tour. you get a bonus today. tickets going quickly. orchestra almost gone for january 19th in washington, d.c. for sexy liberal palooza. i was mentioning i'm wearing my sparkle pony shirt. why? because i love chris kluwe and because it was a big day for marriage equality. friday, what did i do? [ applause ] i do what i always do. i call rob reiner and say are we there yet? are you nervous? are you happy? >> i'm sure he loves hearing from you. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: he hasn't call blocked me yet. he will be on the show today. in hour number three. we'll also have chris perry and sandy steer, the proponents in the prop 8 case. >> yep. >> stephanie: it really is -- i was getting the calls all weekend. because people thin
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